A “meet and greet” will be held at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday night in the city council chambers for new council members. The council meeting will begin an hour later at 7:30 p.m.
After approving the minutes of the last meeting, the council will place on file the certification of Nov. 6 election results, and then Mayor Dwight Livingston will administer the oath of office to elected officials, including new council members Ty Lucas and Ed Rieker.
In other council business, Jim Hawks is expected to officially take over as city street superintendent, replacing Wes Meyer, who left the position in April due to poor health.
The council must approve the appointment.
Also, the council is scheduled to:
• Consider a request from the North Platte Kiwanis and Kiwanis International for $20,000 in Newburn Funds to help purchase and install a new playground in Iron Horse Park, next to the 20th Century Veterans Memorial at the main I-80 interchange.
• Consider a boundary line between Lee Bird Field property and property owned by Pa-Pa K Hideaway, LLC.
• Review necessary documents for submission of the 2017-18 Road/Street Highway Budget and Expenditure Report.
• Consider moving the regular North Platte city council meeting of Jan. 1 to Jan. 2 at 5:30 p.m.